Sunday, July 24, 2016

New Toilet Paper Holder

I actually don't know how new this is, but I love it. Talk about reinventing the wheel, or making a better mousetrap. It's a toilet paper holder you can set on the floor in front of you, or wherever might be most convenient. Funny, cause the wife and I were just discussing how the toilet paper holders in many hotels and motels are often out of reach while you're sitting on the pot. They're either further than an arm's reach away from the toilet, or off behind you at an angle that makes it difficult to turn and get some paper. She went shopping yesterday and came home with this thing that acts as toilet paper storage in the body, with a thing on top to put a roll on for easy access. I LOVE IT! Haven't had a chance to use it yet but I'm sure you'll all be on the edge of your {toilet] seats wondering how well it works.

9 Comments:

At 9:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know, Fred. Looks like them plastic or metal edges might hurt a bit wipin' yo bum.

 
At 9:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You might want to put it on the other side of the throne. Sitting next to the shower is going to be a disaster should the curtain not be perfect. Ever tried to wipe with wet paper?

 
At 11:12 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

"Sitting next to the shower is going to be a disaster should the curtain not be perfect."

I thought of that, but we'll see how it works.

" Looks like them plastic or metal edges might hurt a bit wipin' yo bum."

The holder is made of circular metal but the toilet paper works independent of it, just like regular paper you pull a piece off the roll.

 
At 11:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used a similar freestanding holder for my kids when they were toddlers to park the toilet paper right next to the kid. It held a single roll.

We've since graduated to this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EGVD780/

Its claim to fame is effortless replacement of toilet paper rolls. Rather than snapping a cylindrical bar off the holder, inserting a roll through the cylinder, and reattaching the cylinder... this bad boy uses two plastic nubbins to hold the roll. You push a new roll up from underneath and it clicks into place while the expended roll comes out the top. Replacing a roll takes 1 second and can be done one-handed.

The only downside is that you have to grab your toilet paper as it droops from underneath. If you're accustomed to grabbing the top, you're gonna have a bad time.

 
At 12:26 PM, Blogger Henchman Of Justice said...

Wah, no clam shells?

Attorney piece of shit Jason Singleton went after a local brewery because the tp dispenser was less than 1/2 inch too far away. If the local business was informed and given reasonable time to relocate the dispenser, no doubt relocation would have occured.

Attorneys create controversy where none exists because money is what attorneys at law are after, and when work is slow tp zero, attorneys at law lie, cheat and steal to keep food on the table and their business going.

 
At 12:27 PM, Blogger Henchman Of Justice said...

Wah, no clam shells?

Attorney piece of shit Jason Singleton went after a local brewery because the tp dispenser was less than 1/2 inch too far away. If the local business was informed and given reasonable time to relocate the dispenser, no doubt relocation would have occured.

Attorneys create controversy where none exists because money is what attorneys at law are after, and when work is slow tp zero, attorneys at law lie, cheat and steal to keep food on the table and their business going.

 
At 12:27 PM, Blogger Sally Sheffield said...

Neat Fred😃And your timing was perfect, Blogmaster,a little bathroom humor was just what we needed right now😃

 
At 12:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy shitting Fred!

 
At 2:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn that evil attorney enforcing an architectural standard that has been on the books for 48 years, and made crystal clear to businesses for the last 26 years! This world would be great without disabled people, right? Amiright guys? I'm right, aren't I?

If you want to blame someone, blame the county when it signs off on a new building or renovation that doesn't jibe with the ADA. If I was a business owner, I'd file the biggest, most important class action lawsuit in this country's history, naming every municipality in the nation as defendants.

 

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